Sony is all set to run a new “State of Play” stream on March 25th on Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. The “State of Play” will stream at 2PM PT / 5PM ET, in which the company will be announcing new games, showing off new trailers, and giving updates on upcoming PS4 and PS VR titles.
This new announcement from Sony might sound familiar because it’s same like Nintendo Direct presentations that Nintendo has been doing for the last few years, where the company distributes news throughout the year instead of making all of its announcements at a single big event such as E3.
It looks like this strategy was already in Sony’s game plan as the company skipped its annual December showcase last year and has now said that it’ll be sitting out E3 coming June. By implementing this new strategy, the company will be able to update users on upcoming titles with less of the pressure and fanfare that those larger events demand.
As per the news, this State of Play is not the only thing, Sony has already stated that it’ll be running more State of Play streams later in 2019, so users can expect more such announcements in the future.
While we’ll have to wait till Monday to find out what games will be showing up in “State of Play”, but as per the rumors, some PS4 exclusives such as Ghost of Tsushima, The Last of Us Part II, Concrete Genie, Dreams, or even Death Stranding could make an appearance.